Popaganda Episode: Hello, Feminist Porn!

Pornography is the largest part of our pop culture that no one wants to talk about. On this show, we bring discussions of porn out into the shining sunlight. This show features artist ... Read more »

Popaganda Episode: The Evolution of Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman first hit the comics page over 70 years ago—but her story and personal history has changed dramatically with each new generation of artists, writers, and fans. This show explores Wonder Woman's... Read more »

Popaganda Episode: Sex, Condoms, and Abortion in Pop Culture

In this episode, we look at the way movies and music discuss reproductive rights, including an analysis of Nicki Minaj lyrics, a history of American sex-ed films, and an exploration of the how movies make abortion seem... Read more »

Popaganda Episode: Who Owns the Internet?

The country is debating rules that could give big companies like Verizon and Comcast much more control over the internet. We look at how why feminists—and anyone who cares about independent media—should care about the... Read more »

Popaganda Episode: On the Road

Three stories from women writers about life on the road, including Allyson McCabe’s interview with Led Zeppelin cover band Lez Zeppelin, ... Read more »

Popaganda Episode: Demystifying the Wage Gap

Why is it that white men in America are paid more—on average—than women and people of color in every single state? We dig into the realities behind the wage gap with help from three all-stars. First ... Read more »

Popaganda Episode: How to Write About Sex

We always complain about about bad sex scenes and unrealistic sex in pop culture, but what makes really good sex writing? Best Sex... Read more »

Popaganda Episode: 20 Years of Sister Spit

  Feminist spoken word roadshow Sister Spit has been sporadically criss-crossing the nation for 20 years now, building community around radical writing, poetry, and films. The group started in 1994 as a Bay Area open mic night meant to... Read more »

Popaganda Episode: Political Joke

On this show, we talk with two whip-smart political comedians. Hari Kondabolu says he's a “killjoy who happens to do comedy.” We talk with Hari about his immensely... Read more »

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